Finally acknowledging the problems with using intense blue light in dim environments, Amazon is releasing a new Kindle Oasis that offers variable display warmth.
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Amazon brings its customer-favorite adjustable front light to the regular Kindle, bumps up the price.
Just in time for summer, Amazon today announced a new version of its Kindle Paperwhite that adds waterproofing.
In celebration of World Book Day, Amazon is offering nine Kindle e-books of translated fiction for free.
Amazon is offering big discounts on its entry-level Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite e-book readers to Prime members.
Amazon's excellent customer service plays as big a role in the firm's success as its aggressive business tactics.
Amazon today announced a major update to its Kindle app for Android and iOS.
Amazon today announced a new service for its Kindle and Prime customers called Prime Reading. Now, Prime subscribers in the United States can enjoy unlimited reading from a rotating selection of books, magazines, comics and other Kindle-based content at no additional cost.
Today, Amazon announced a new navigation experience for Kindle that spans its e-readers, Fire tablets, and mobile apps on Android and iOS: It's called Page Flip, and it makes it easy to flip through the pages of a Kindle e-book as you would a real, paper-based book.
Hot on the heels of its most expensive Kindle release, Amazon has updated its least expensive Kindle with a thinner and lighter new design. Plus, it's available in white now too.
Amazon today announced that its new high-end e-book reader, the Kindle Oasis, is available for pre-order. The device will ship in late April and is billed as the lightest and thinnest Kindle ever. But it costs a whopping $290, making it even more expensive than its predecessor, the Kindle Voyager.